Radiological information on ports and maritime transportation - Maritime Bureau Japan
The MLIT publish a specialist web page entitled "Radiological information on ports and maritime transportation
". This website provides updates on measurements taken of radiation in the regions of both Tokyo Bay and the Fukushima area. A paper published on 13th April by the Maritime Bureau of the MLIT suggests that transiting areas outside of the Fukushima exclusion zone is safe.
Japan Maritime Bureau Effect on Ships Fukushima130411 (67 KB)
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